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as being an expert at getting rid of pain? >> well, the world's greatest medical experts from the united nations, the bone and joint decade, they selected me and supple to be leading advocates, all around the world, to help end bone pain, joint pain, back pain and muscle pain. for everybody around the world. i'm not a doctor. what i am is a researcher and an arthritis survivor myself. >> what do you mean, arthritis survivor? >>well, i suffered from severe arthritis pain in my left hip for decades. i was almost completely immobile, i could barely walk, i had pain day and night. it was painful to sit, to move, to stand. it was an absolute nightmare. i searched the entire world for a way to end my own nightmare of pain, and i did it. >> you found a way to end your own pain? >> i did. i discovered safe, all-natural building blocks that were being prescribed by doctors all over the world. they are healing agents that actually reverse the cartilage breakdown that causes joint pain. and you know what? listen to this. within just 7 days of taking these, it was unbelievable. i had a significant r
term as president of our united states, but according to tradition, if the 20th falls on a sunday, the public swearing in and most of the festivities take place on the 21st. >> susan mcginnis is in washington with a preare view on today's events of the -- preof today's events. >> reporter: president obama will take the oath of office on the steps of the u.s. capitol as people are expected to fill the national mall to watch. darrell r o oby came here and camped out overnight hoping to get a good spot. thousands of law enforcement officers and federal troops from around the country will be on hand to make sure everyone is safe. >> today's swearing in on the steps of the u.s. capitol is ceremony corral, held for the -- ceremonial held for the public and they require the official swearing in take place on january 20th. the president was officially sworn into office yesterday in a small ceremony at the white house. he followed that up with a candlelight ceremony sunday night where he said told's parties are not about him. >> what we're celebrating is
brings us to tip 2. save, save, save. according to the united states federal reserve, americans on average only save 3.6% of their income. what we should be saving upwards of 10%. and if you are counting on social security, plan on socking away 12 times your current income too. because getting old can get expensive. >> i have seen clients pay upwards of $13,000 a month for round the clock care in their homes. it's very expensive. >> reporter: and then there's housing. bringing us to tip number 3. you shouldn't spend more than 25 percent of your income on where you live. a tall order here in the bay area. but keeping this rule of thumb in mind might help you stash some cash into your 401(k) or ira. >> cheers! >> reporter: this couple rents two bedrooms of their home to offset their mortgage and help them reach their financial goals. >> stay in the house and retire here and burn that mortgage paper. >> reporter: and they talk money every saturday in an effort to track their progress. >> we're acutely aware of what's in our accounts and when we decide to use credit. >> reporter: a
core. >>> it is 4:36. we know when the united states supreme court will take up the prop 8 case, on march 26. at issue whether it was constitutional for the california voters to ban gay marriage through the 2008 ballot measure. the next day the court will hear arguments on the constitutionality of the federal "defense of marriage act." the rulings are expected sometime in june. >>> president obama is urging congress to act quickly and confirm his nominees for defense secretary and cia director but cbs news reporter susan mcginnis says another capitol hill battle seems to be looming. >>> reporter: president obama announced his pick for the next heads of the pentagon and the cia. now they need congressional approval before they can get to work. >> we need to move quickly. >> reporter: senator chuck hagel is the nominee for secretary of defense. a former n listed man and vietnam vet, the president says hagel can relate personally to america's troops. >> to this day chuck bears the scars and the shrapnel from battles he fought in our name. >> r
with algerian authorities. >> by all indications, this is a terrorist act. and the united states strongly condemns it. >> reporter: the terrorist group called the mass brigade is reportedly under the command of this man. he goes by an arabic nickname meaning one eyed man and is known to have ties to al qaeda. the obama administration says it is not releasing the names of the americans being held hostage for their own security. >> i'm not going to get into any further details as we continue to work on this issue with the algerian authorities. >> reporter: the militants say they took over the plant in retaliation for french air strikes against nearby mali. with u.s. support the french started bombing last week to keep islamic groups from taking over the country. the terrorists say they won't release any hostages until france calls off the military operations. workers at the complex are from several countries. leaders from all the nations are working with the algerian military which says it has the militants surrounded with no way to escape.
of the united states. the jet stream well to the north of us so warmer and dry conditions not only for today but really probably right through the weekend, as well. around the state we'll start to heat things up a little bit too. 62 in monterey. 63 ukiah. 44 lake tahoe. 45 yosemite. our futurecast model showing you your skies staying hosely clear today through tonight -- staying mostly clear today through tonight and the next five to seven days, clear skies throughout the bay area. 60 palo alto today, 61 redwood city. east bay temperatures into the 50s in most spots. inside the bay close to 60 in oakland. about 62 degrees in santa rosa and 60 degrees even in petaluma. next couple of days warmer temperatures mid-60s going to be showing up toward friday and saturday and sunday looking good too. i think he would stay nice and sunny and mostly dry through monday and tuesday, although as we head in toward the latter part of next week, we could be talking about more rain. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> we'll keep that seven-day forecast especially
that some troops need to stay to keep a lid on al qaeda. >>> 4:37 now. for the continental united states, 2012 was the hottest year on record. that's according to government scientists. average temperature was 55.3 degrees. that broke the old record set in 1998 by one degree. but if you wake up this morning, you would never know. 37 degrees out in the east bay. >> i know. it's chilly, lawrence. >> now we have a chance of some snow maybe down to 1500 feet by tomorrow morning. so yeah, we have some big chance coming our way. even a chance of rain developing outside today. here's the latest on our satellite image. you can see the cold front on final approach as it's headed toward the bay area. you can see showers beginning to move into far northern california but it will take a while for it to get here not until the afternoon before we see rain picking up. if you are heading outside today we have dense fog in some of the valleys so watch out for that. visibility again down less than a quarter mile inland, 38 degrees in concord. 39 santa rosa. 44 san jo
an ordinance that would require owners of multi- unit buildings to tell potential tenants whether smoking is allowed. a separate proposal would ban smoking at some major fairs and festivals including the haight- ashbury street fair and the fillmore jazz festival. >>> that tank their scraped one of the bay bridge towers made an unexpected move before the collision. investigators are looking into why the pilot guy kleess changed course as he approached the bridge last week. bay area news group reports that the tanker swerved and bumped into the tower closest to yerba buena island. the investigation is expected to take months. >>> and pg&e is expected to reach settlements on hundreds of claims related to that deadly san bruno pipeline explosion from 2010. pg&e still facing some claims filed by more than 300 residents. attorneys think those cases will be settled in the next three months as the utility hopes to avoid going to trial. 120 other cases have already been settled. >>> there's a lot of speculation about a mysterious event at facebook this morning.
to ban assault weapons in the united states. cbs reporter susan mcginnis says the move will set the stage for a debate over gun control. >> freedom! >> reporter: the fight over gun control moves from the streets to the halls of congress today. senator dianne feinstein of california will introduce a bill banning assault weapons and high capacity ammunition clips. >> you need to do something about the guns. >> reporter: connecticut senators richard blumenthal and chris murphy are cosponsoring the bill. they say the shooting at sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut proves there is a need to ban assault weapons. >> newtown fundamentally changed things. >> reporter: but the nra says law-abiding citizens need the same technology the criminals have. >> that means we believe in our right to defend ourselves and our families with semi- automatic firearms technology. >> reporter: the nra has a lot of support here on capitol hill especially in the house where many say an assault weapons ban has little chance of being passed. >> this is g
of the vaccine have been shipped to safeway pharmacies all over the united states. the vaccine is the best prevention against the flu and has a 62% level of effectiveness. there have been five deaths from the flu in the state so far. the latest a 98-year-old woman from santa clara county. she marks the first bay area death. a health official said the woman died from the flu and pneumonia. officials with the centers for disease control say this is the worst flu season in a decade. it came early this year in california. it usually doesn't peak until february. the cdc urges people who get sick to stay home. >> method of staying hydrated, staying home, not sending sick children to school, washing your hands, probably the best way of preventing the spread of the disease. >> reporter: flu activity has been increasing. the cdc says everybody should get vaccinated. at safeway flu shots are offered during normal business hours on a walk-in basis. elissa harrington, cbs 5. >>> the fda has approved a new vaccine in the fight against the flu. people between the
, with vera cruz than it does with anything in this country. it is the antithesis of anglo- american united states. >> reporter: it really is a multicultural city here:just an amazing city. just loving exploring new orleans. coming up, we talk to the ladies of the talk and they gave their best kaepernicking so you don't want to miss that. lawrence, can i see so kaepernicking from you? >> yelp. yeah. one on each arm. how about that? >> nice. i'm liking it. >> you know what, headed around the bay area today, i think we're looking at a spectacular day ahead a lot of sunshine on the way. chilly in spots this morning. we are seeing a couple of fog in the valley, so watch out with that. by the afternoon these temperatures soaring well above the average in the upper 60s inland. at the coast the dome of high pressure continues to sit over head for the next few days through the weekend. that's going to keep the jet stream well to the north. dry and above average temperatures in the bay area for the next few days. 65 fresno. 49 lake tahoe. 50 yosemite. arou
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